Thank goodness for the Laurel Collective who have that knack of producing effortlessly pristine indie pop that sounds fresh & energetic & downright confident. It's down to the clear, bright un-faddy production & passionate playing on offer. The singer has an fine, natural vocal range & the tunes are smart, spirited, intelligent blasts of cerebral sound with a knowing, eclectic feel. They sound erm...horribly accomplished. Well that's a word I hate but it's a right battlefield in London and i'm not surprised Double Six have been nurturing these. They're quite accessible but there's loads going on to appeal to the more intelligent commercial indie fan who likes his/her songs punchy but easy on the ear. If all that sounds a little REASONABLE coming from Brian the Mouth then you really should have heard that fucking Puressence single. This is absolute audio nectar after that horrorshow. 'Feel Good Hits of a Nuclear Winter' is on CD only and is a mini album style jobster.
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